I miss the stage. But what I miss most is seeing all of you during and then after–hearing your stories.
This is a virtual version of my most requested topic. I hope you’ll join us on this webinar. It is free, however, it’s for a nonprofit and donations are appreciated.
Date(s) – Fri, 06/19/2020
2:00 pm-3:00 pm EDT
An Emotionally Naked Story of Depression, Addiction, Loss, and Hope
The topic is for parents and hosted by the nonprofit, Johnny’s Ambassadors founded by Laura Stack. See the series here.
Time: 2pm-3pm EST/12pm-1pm MST
Cost: $0 (But Johnny’s Ambassador’s would welcome your donation!)
TEDx and emotionally naked® speaker, Anne Moss Rogers, lost her 20-year-old son, Charles Aubrey Rogers, to suicide in 2015 after many years of struggle with anxiety, depression, and addiction. Grief-stricken and terrified, she published a newspaper article about her family’s tragedy that went viral, creating a following for her blog, Emotionally Naked. This presentation is her story about how she translated her grief into action to prevent substance misuse and suicide in a bold and unorthodox way.
After the conclusion of this one-hour webinar, you will understand the following:
- The difference between normal teen behavior and warning signs
- Signs of someone struggling and what to say/do
- How drugs/alcohol have become normalized its impact on our culture
- What does a parent do if they suspect their child is mentally ill/using?
What are Johnny’s Ambassadors?
Our Mission: Johnny’s Ambassadors is committed to creating educational programming for parents and teens about the dangers of today’s high-THC marijuana on the developing adolescent mind.
Our Vision: To dramatically decrease the incidence of adolescent substance abuse, mental illness, and suicide, to allow our youth to live productive, happy lives.